NOMINON: In Pre-Production Mode

Swedish death metallers NOMINON have posted the following message on their official web site:

"The band is right now working on a pre-production for the new album that will be properly recorded at Necromorbus Studio in February, four tracks has been roughly recorded and the production result turned out better than expected. Prepare to get violated by some new material during April/May next year..."

NOMINON recently announced the addition of bassist Anders Malmström (IMMEMOREAL, PROPHANITY) to the group's ranks. The band secured a deal with Singapore's Pulverised Records for the release of their collection of hard-to-get tracks, entitled "Remnants of a Diabolical History".

NOMINON's latest album, "Recremation", was issued last year via Konqueror Records (CD) and Blood Harvest Records (12-inch vinyl). The album was recorded and mixed at Necromorbus Studio in Stockholm with engineer Tore Stjerna. A video for the track "House of Flies" was shot during the band's European tour with VITAL REMAINS in September/October 2005.


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